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18 days ago

NAVY Financial Analyst

TASC Washington, DC

TASC, Inc. is seeking a Financial Specialist to support Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) support for HQ, Naval… TASC

4 days ago

Budget/Financial Analyst, Portfolio Manager, Program Manager

TASC Washington, DC

Senior Program Manager with extensive financial analysis expertise needed to support DHS. Program management activities including planning… TASC

5 days ago

Program/Financial Analyst

TASC Lorton, VA

will include but are not limitedto: -Develop and maintain budgets and spending plansand track the project expenditures. -Support development of… TASC

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I have been working at TASC full-time for more than 8 years


    A lot of good colleagues, work that is important to the nation. Lean upper management


    In the past couple years, too many large contracts were lost and the company has cut and slashed everywhere. Our medical benefits were greatly changed and skyrocketed, 401k contribution cut, profit sharing taken away, pension eliminated (technically that happened when TASC was divested from Northrop Grumman), most internal professional groups eliminated, no apparent investment in R&D or cutting edge technology. Terrible IT support that is outsourced from Unisys too. TASC used to be a place with top scientists and engineers would go, but with a focus strongly on systems engineering and nothing to attract them, there's a disconnect that Sr leaders haven't figured out.

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    Separate from the holding companies that are killing this company. Consider going employee owned or something. TASC may be able to win work, but if you can't recruit and keep enough good talent, the company is doomed.

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